Weekend: Laugh off the winter blues

Treat yourself to an evening of laughs at the University of Findlay’s upcoming 13th annual Comedy Jam. The show is slated for 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31 in Ritz Auditorium, located on the second floor of Old Main. Individuals needing an elevator can access one at the ground...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. PAMELA REED Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women. One in nine women ages 45 to 64, and one in three women over the age of 65, will be diagnosed with heart disease. The number of heart-related deaths in females has been decreasing, most likely due to efforts...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON Are you courageous enough to be vulnerable? That may sound like an oxymoron. But, if you want to take your marriage or intimate partner relationship to the highest level of satisfaction, it’s essential. According to the HOLT Relationship Intimacy...

Weekend: Findlay-Hancock County Public Library turns 125

The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will celebrate 125 years of service to the community on Tuesday, Jan. 27. An anniversary celebration will be held to mark the milestone. A special storytime, featuring a professional face painter, will be held at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m....

Weekend: Get Out!

Events NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: POLAR OBSESSIONS Jan. 25 Vivid imagery and thrilling “‹tales of “‹”‹explorations to the far north bring the arctic to life at the Niswonger on Sunday. Paul Nicklen”‹, a National Geographic explorer, Canadian biologist and...

Weekend: Fairy gardens are a fun winter activity for the family

By JOHN GILLILAND and GINA GILLILAND Several years ago, we were introduced to fairy gardens. What fun! A fairy garden is a miniature garden using small living plants and accessories that can be grown either inside or outside. Fairy gardens can be used to create a little scene or...

A life in law

By RYAN DUNN Staff Writer As he decided countless juvenile cases over 40 years, Judge Allan Davis learned that the passage of time can solve many problems. “I think the greatest rehabilitative tool known to mankind is Father Time,” Davis said. “So many of these...

Mom, daughter getting first Habitat house built by university community

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER Nine-year-old Rachel Merrin thought she was on her way to another interview with her mother, Julie, to be considered for the first Habitat for Humanity house that will be built by the University of Findlay community. But when they walked hand-in-hand...
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